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Business and other activities also resumed in the twin central Kashmir districts of Budgam and Ganderbal.
A three judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra adjourned the pleas till the second week of January 2019.
All shops, public transport, other businesses and educational institutions remained closed in Srinagar and other places in the valley.
Protests have been held across the length and breadth of Kashmir over the past month in support of continuing Article 35-A.
Train service remained suspended for the second day today on this route.
The apex court is hearing a bunch of petitions in the matter, including the one filed by NGO We the Citizens seeking quashing of article 35-A, which confers special status to permanent residents.
Independent MLA Abdul Rashid Sheikh today appealed to people of Jammu and Ladakh provinces to support the two-day strike call in support of Article 35-A of the Constitution.
The bench said that clause (1) of Article 371D confers power on the President to make provisions.
The court was hearing a petition filed by advocate Amit Sahni claiming that the Election Commission (EC) provides a common instrument or article, i.e. pen, to voters for marking ballot paper.
For the past a few days, newspapers in the Valley are filled with classified announcements cancelling wedding invitations, suggesting residents have decided to go for a subdued celebration.
Life came to halt in Anantnag and parts of Pulwama district in south Kashmir after rumours that Article 35-A has been scrapped.
The main case, which is based on a plea filed by a non-governmental organisation in 2014, is likely to be heard on August 31.
Article 35-A row: Over dozen National Conference workers booked for raising 'Azadi' slogans in Poonch
The Supreme Court has scheduled the hearing of petitions against Article 35-A of Indian constitution for August 27.
Mahatma Gandhi, through a series of articles in his publications 'Young India' and 'Navajivan', had urged people of the country to generously contribute for the relief of the flood-hit' Malabar' (Kera